The OECD has released its employment outlook for 2020 in the context of the coronavirus crisis, highlighting the impact that the pandemic will have on the global job market.
The government is facing a complex landscape in dealing with Greece’s long-standing pensions issue, exacerbated by the latest challenge of declining revenues and an impending back payment ruling.
Electricity consumption in Greece plummeted by -9.8 percent in April compared to the same month last year due to the emergency pandemic measures and economic slowdown.
Greece’s national airline, Aegean Airlines, has sounded the alarm over its first quarter (Q1) results which showed a sharp drop in revenues in the third month of the quarter, dragging the entire quarter down.
Pressure is mounting on the government to come up with a plan to reopen its tourism industry as the European Union is expected to issue a proposal on Wednesday for the phased restoration of free movement within the union in coming months.
Research by the Centre of Planning and Research (KEPE) has revealed that up to a third of Greek workers could work remotely.
Greece’s privatisations have stalled under the coronavirus pandemic, with most major privatisations making no progress.
The National bank of Greece (NBG) has released an analysis examining how Greece could benefit economically by further bolstering its digital sector and investing in the correct infrastructure.
The Centre of Planning and Economic Research (KEPE) has released an analysis of the impact of the coronavirus on Greece’s non-performing loan market.
The research arm of the Association of Greek Tourism Enterprises (INSETE) has conducted a study to estimate the impact of the coronavirus on the country’s vital tourism industry.